This paper explores issues relating to India’s tax base, its tax structure and the subsequent equity effects, by comparing it with other G20 countries. It focuses specifically on property taxes and discusses these issues from a political economy viewpoint, providing a wealth of tabular and visual data. Statistical appendices offer data for readers to work with.
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